Curator’s Choice: The Map and the Territory Exhibition Walk-through
On the closing days of The Map and the Territory: 100 Years of Collecting at UCLA and UCLA Bruin Family Weekend, please join us at the Fowler Museum for a gallery walk-through with Chief Curator Matthew H. Robb. Learn more about this exhibition, which presents selections from the vast holdings of the university’s diverse collections of rare books, works of art, musical instruments, meteorites, bird specimens, and more. Space is limited for this in-person program.
Matthew H. Robb has served as chief curator of the Fowler Museum since 2016. He oversees the museum’s diverse exhibitions and collections devoted to the ancient, traditional, and contemporary cultures of Africa, Native and Latin America, Asia, and the Pacific. Prior to joining the staff of the Fowler, he was the first curator of the Arts of the Americas at the de Young Museum in San Francisco. Robb holds an undergraduate degree from Princeton University; a Master’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin; and a PhD from Yale University.
Join curators for lively conversations about their passions and projects that inspire audiences to engage with different worldviews and find joy in the multiplicity of human experiences.
Image credit: Concept/image Sebastian Clough.